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I was at Malverne Today and Theatres 3 and 4 are not going to done anytime soon
They recently put new seats in, their worst then the old ones. Their very tight if your big. They must of got them from Clearview.
unfortatley, regal is doing the main refreshemnt stand and is distroying more Loews work
does anyone know if the theatre closed, it off Clearview’s web site
Also, REGAL spent money on refurbishing E-Walk which is only 8 years old but don’t spend a cent on Lynbrook
Heat is working except for Theatre 5 and the Men’s Bathroom.
The bathroom is a icebox.
For an independt theatre, the admiission prices are expensive. Full Pirce for the First SHow, go the Fantasy for %6 and save $4.
STILL AS OF TODAY, STILL NO HEAT!!!
Is the new sound system in Theatre 2 Dolby Stereo or Dolby Digital.
If you want heat, go to Grand Avenue, they usually play date except the seats are tight
I went back for the first time in ten years, still metal detectors, still use 1980 type signs, new refreshment stand, theatre still long and narrow. Dolby Digital sound only in theatres 1, 8, 9 and 13. DTs digital in theatre 10 and REAL D in screen 10. They now have cupholders. The other screens are Dolby SR analog sound.
Late 1995 when they put all screens Dolby. The only good screens are 1, 8, 9 and 10.
The capacities are
1. 682 SR+EX
2. 342 SR
3. 306 SR
4. 337 SR
5. 283 SR
6. 283 SR
7. 327 SR
8. 682 SR+EX
9. 682 SR+EX
10. 583 REAL D dts
11. 241 SR
12. 282 SR
13. 359 SR+D
14. 359 SR
Don’t be fooled because the small one 300 seats, but the theatre are long since they were divided in half, with the exception of screens 13 and 14.
The large houses usually show big blockbusters or urban films. For example, Screens 8 and 9 had This Christmas which seat 700 each
The AMC Feature presention was running for several years at the AMC Empire 25 prior to the merger. The A/c during the week Bourne was not working as well. But usually it does get too cold in the summer.
The Seating capacities are;
1. 46 SMART
2. 78 SMART
3, 89 SMART
4. 118 dts/DS
5. 123 dts/SMART
Exept for Screen 1, the seats are tight. They need to put new seats like Port Washington and the Chelsea Cinemas have
The seating is
1. 424 SDDS(8)/SR
2. 419 dts/SDDS(8)/DS
3. 296 SDDS(8)/SR
4. 219 DS
5. 171 DS
6. 250 DS
7. 183 SDDS(8)/DS
8. 259 SDDS(8)/DS
After Cineplex Odeon took over RKO Century is 1987, Cineplex sold the complex to Loews Theatres. Cineplex Odeon didn’t ran the theatre too long.
Loews had to finish the renovations of 4 plex expansion. The other Century Theatre still ran by AMC is the Fantasy in Rockville Centre
yes, seats were remove to accomadate the hallway. Theatre 1 lost about 100 seats. KS stands for Kintek Stereo, a cheaper sound system. The bad part it is mono in the front with stereo surround.
The only other location in Nassau that Kintek Stereo is AMC Nassau Metroplex screens 7 to 10
The seating is
Screens 1 and 5 are equipped with stereo sound. I guess the speakers are from Oceanside, which closed a couple years ago, which they used to own.
1. 297 SR+D
2. 157 dts/DS
3. 290 dts/DS
4. 150 dts/DS
5. 154 dts/DS
Best theatre of the old ones in the Lower western Nassau area. Digital sound on all screens, Cinema 1 with Dolby Digital Cupholders and AMC Runs the location better than Regal at Lynbrook
seating capacities at lynbrook
1. 312 dts/DS
2. 415 dts/DS
5. 202 KS
6. 120 KS
No Cupholders, 3 and 4 which are upstairs don’t have Dolby Stereo or digital sound and 5 and 6 which opened in 1989 only have Kintex Stereo